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February 16, 1908 - Image 3

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H~r MICHIGAN DAILY

:Sam Burchfield's
Fine Tailoring
4Trade
Can
Deliver
The
Goods
Sam Burclified
106
&C.EAST HURON ST.

GREAT INVENTORY
SALE
Underwear, Shirts, Gloves,
Trousers, Hose and Hats 20
per cent off. Suits, Over=
coats, and Raincoats at 25.
per cent off.
Some old Suits at one half off
A Money Saving Opportunity
Sta ebler 8(Z Wuerth
Ann Arbor, Mich.

Af. LOUIS

MAflP[TI DAdIU

lpower. Altholl"ll t

BROWN'S Drug Store
120 E. Liberty St.

ALARn 1CLOCKS
$1.00 $1.50)-$1.75
Allth et makes t and Ifitt Y-,iarm tld
MICHIGUAN PINS AND) FOBlS
25c up to $5.00)
FINE WATCH R4EPAIRINtG
A SPECIALTY.
Watch Inspector for the Ann Arbor Railroand
J. L. CHAPMAN
206 S. MAIN ST.
Branch: 304 S. Stnte St.
20% 0FFS-3_
SECOND'S ONLY
R. E. JOLLY

ON"JOSEPHIN E7
- ~ithtihtilfortmeri'. 1a
University of Paris Professor to tradedt ii tnitli e
Lecture About the Famous ilt sWilh o
Wife of Napoleon. lattt' I ictre
"l'm~ri tra Jse hie i t bel s of ai the heaing i II
,. t hearingtthe hitt h ila t w ie nd ,t te (' l
<cho)l. Alton;h it t it y-sei n t eri kctiiii1111 he__f_
(;Id, by his 1-or a 1d1wr t i t hi hstt-
(It Itt i,'ttttt it iitle Nv rd )
I ittrv an itellltr taitur . ii tiihl''i.t tl'thu :ililit 11111
trit ase hilt hast 'til tti'itt Jttt tlsvarh - ls. et ed th
itf 11e ca t an id l w s. ivc hilt h pt tdi l
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iNEVER REG
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CUT OF STYLE
The man who buys shoes each season is
never out of style because 6-61er shoes keep abreast
of shoe fashion. Every de-

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sirable feature that fashion
dictates or fancy desires can
be found i
shoes and the other 'essentials -
of satisfactory shoes, comfort
and service, are contain- r,
shoes.
TilE ACME OF EASE
Walk-Over Shoe Co.
115 SOUTH MAIN STREET

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MRS. JI R. IJ1OJANOWSKI1

ors v0low and l uc
my address postpaid.
trtrizlI tube, upon
(i c cetlt- . Addre-;s
,c 1tln Atbm, ,1lich Hart, Schaffner & Marx

'ASUIOiNABLL HAIRDRESSER' 1,I(a "t(twelt aoi itt tirectoryta" itBut tear i,:A1)11"i Jitt a-aetceive-tallfot-
HairGonods, tHairdressing, Shamspoong iii i'll Na'ttittlt it ttar titeita 'ar lt'~itt as h(>(14 also11iitwloftailt .1 it twater- F }' UL DRESS SvI''
Manicuring, Face Mase eg Specialty. etutupt t andtutu tet,t' ntr tiutedtt noiIttslt ofs ii a,.'1)i iit'i' it It
322 S. State St.itttStairs) Bell Phone 359 111 lit ti?itheicrattof'hUS ttt itit'ti tiii taretat9i-totUProperly To~t oed

The Clothier,
0 °.P

BANKS
THE FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK
MAIN AND HURON STREETS
Capital, $50,000, Surplus and Protits, $65000,
General Banking Business. 3 per ent pati
on Time and Savings Dtepoisits. Safety D~e-
positSBoxes to rent at StiltS and upwards
R. Kusr, Pres. W.,C. STVEiNS, Vitte- Pres
F. a. BLSERa. Cash. H. A. WILLIAMS Asst
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capitai stock.,55,0. Surplut, $2ti,0155
Rtesoureset.$2,200,000
A General Banking Business Transacted
OFFItEaS: Chas. E. Itiscnak, Pres. ; W. I).;
Harriman, Vice Pres.:t M. J. Pritz.. tashties'
STATE SAVINGS BANK
W. J. Both Jn. V. Sheeharn
Win. Arnoid Ste. V. C. Vaugitan
ias. B. Wade E. P. Mitts
John Haarer Jno. Knelt
Prof. B. S. Carhart uery W.ittitta
Christian Martin Doss P. ZAimernman
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Or ANN Awmso, MIenH.
S. it. KINNES, HiliiSttN S51ii.i
Pres. Vii i-Prts.
S. W. CLARiSOlN. Cashit.
Capital, $1i0,000: Surplits andProfit'.§'151.000.
German American Savings Bank
Cormrnerotea..l a xd
Se .vinags
Cor'. Met.ad Liberty Streets

Spring Hats
The Newest Shades and Styles'
I At
Wadhams (aCo.
121=123 S. MAIN ST.

THE
Palais Royal
209 r.. Liberty St.
U. of M.
PILLOWS
AND
PENNANTS
A SPECIALTY
CURIOS and BRASS
Fromis lvery Cutuntry

r

ISee Our Show WindowU
0. V.Martin WEO.Ymo.C8ete
Office 2095S. 4th Ave. Phone 98f. Patent Leather Belts mtade e with i ott H of L eu ch,
Rcesidence 302 S. 5th Ave. Phone 314 niatahynusktirt tie itlouse, 55c. Send u;:a At Tsa5la's. 338 s. State
AMBULANCE. ON CALL pieceonf the dress + nits oien seundig;oder.___________
ITE ELTCRAFT CO., BOSTON, MASS.

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ST UDIO- RENTSC FILER,

319 East .Huron Street

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